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Two months left at Singapore

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Can’t believe half of the semester is gone!!! I have already stayed at Singapore for more than two months!! To be honest, I miss home, my family, my friends and my double bed a lot! However, I have gained a lot of different experiences when I am on exchange so far. And I’m loving it haha!!

I am currently studying four modules at NTU which are two direct equivalent subjects and two electives. They are all interesting and I have also met some friendly locals in class. Couple weeks ago, I have done my first in-class presentation and my groupmates and I all wore matched striped outfits as we were presenting the concept of “The French New Wave”. I have also joined a buddy program organised by the NTU GEM (Global Education & Mobility) Club where they pair up exchange students with local students. I have got paired up with an Year 2 Communication Studies student named Stephanie. We had a dinner together at NTU and she is very nice and told me a lot more about NTU and Singapore.

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Even though I spend most of the at campus as there are a lot of studying to do (or too lazy to go out), I still manage to travel around at Singapore and out of Singapore during mid-semester break. During the break, I went to Phuket, Thailand with my two friends Winnie and Monica (more like my “older sister now). I have been to Thailand once but it was my first time to Phuket and I love it a lot. We also joined a day tour to Phi Phi Island on the third day of our trip and I also went snorkelling for the first time (so proud of myself haha). The island is so beautiful which I feel like word cannot even describe. With no doubt, my friends and I enjoy the relaxing trip very much and took a lot of photo to capture every moment we spent there.

Instead of traveling around Singapore, I should be saying I was doing a food exploration?! I have finally tried more Singaporean signature food such as curry crab, black paper crab, Bak Kut Teh and Kueh tutu. They are all delicious and sure will miss it when I leave Singapore.

Singapore and NTU have treated me well and I enjoy my exchange journey so far. I am glad I have met two “sisters” during this exchange which I have learnt a lot from them and we have been each other’s companies all the time. Thank you, Winnie and Monica, who have made my exchange journey better than ever.

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SIU VICTORIA WING KI     12584619

Bachelor of Communication

Nanyang  Technological University, Singapore

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